ACLP Board of Directors: Positions & Qualifications

To be eligible for consideration by the Nominating Committee, a candidate must be a Certified Child Life Specialist and an ACLP member in good standing, with demonstrated leadership abilities and a record of active engagement in ACLP and/or the child life profession in general.

Below is a list of each ACLP Board position. To learn more about a particular position, click on "Roles, Responsibilities and Authorities" for the position once it's in expanded view.

Board of Directors Positions

  • President

  • President-Elect

  • Immediate Past President

  • Treasurer

  • Secretary

  • Director

  • Canadian Association of Child Life Leaders President

  • Child Life Certification Commission Chair

Qualifications & Requirements

Learn more about each board position's unique qualifications and responsibilities

Time Commitment

Board members attend two Board meetings (one in the fall and one during the Annual Conference) and participate in two to four conference calls each year. Additionally, Board members participate in conference calls and ongoing communication with their assigned committees, task forces, and work groups. All Board meetings are funded by ACLP, and Board members will be reimbursed for approved out-of-pocket expenses.

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